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Suggested Citation:"Appendix C: Registered Workshop Participants." National Research Council. 2014. Climate Change Education: Preparing Future and Current Business Leaders: A Workshop Summary. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/18813.
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Appendix C

Registered Workshop Participants

Rae Andre (Northeastern University)

Tina Bailey (Queen’s School of Business)

Marcia Barton (National Science Foundation)

James Brey (American Meteorological Society)

Anthony Brown (National Research Council)

Judsen Bruzgul (American Meteorological Society)

David Campbell (National Science Foundation)

Lin Chambers (NASA Langley Research Center)

William Chernicoff (Toyota Motor North America, Inc.)

Laura Clise (AREVA Inc.)

Robert Corell (Global Environment and Technology Foundation)

Tina Dacin (Queen’s School of Business)

Rebecca Davis (Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments—Clean Air Partners)

Laura Delgado-López (Institute for Global Environmental Strategies)

Jenny Dissen (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration)

Glen Dowell (Cornell University)

Edward Dunlea (National Academy of Sciences)

Alexander Dymersky

Lynn Elfner (The Ohio Academy of Science)

Aimee Dars Ellis (Ithaca College)

Evelina Felicite-Maurice (National Aeronautics and Space Administration)

Maya Fischhoff (Network for Business Sustainability)

Suggested Citation:"Appendix C: Registered Workshop Participants." National Research Council. 2014. Climate Change Education: Preparing Future and Current Business Leaders: A Workshop Summary. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/18813.
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Paul Fleming (Seattle Public Utilities)

Sherrie Forrest (National Research Council)

Laurie Geller (National Research Council)

Bradley George (Babson College)

Jim Geringer (ESRI)

Marcus Griswold (University of Maryland)

Robert Hansen (Dartmouth College)

Elizabeth Harball (Environment and Energy Publishing)

Stefan Heck (McKinsey & Company)

Rebecca Henderson (Harvard University)

Andrew Hoffman (University of Michigan)

DaNel Hogan (U.S. Department of Energy)

Steve Hunt (greendefenseinitiative.com)

Susan Jackson (Rutgers University)

Anjani Jain (Yale University)

Jasper Jones (UBCA Community Trust, Inc.)

Paige Kelly (Boston College)

Neil Leary (Dickinson College)

Tamara Ledley (TERC)

Charles Lieder (Shell)

Mark McCaffrey (National Center for Science Education)

Claudia Mengelt (National Research Council)

Silva Meybatyan (University of the District of Columbia)

Jerry Miller

Elizabeth Mills (American Meteorological Society)

David Nagel (BP America, Inc.)

Frank Niepold (National Aeronautics and Space Administration)

Anastasia Northland (University of Miami)

Mary Oleksy (Stanford University)

Eric Orts (University of Pennsylvania)

Jacob Park (Green Mountain College)

Michael Parr (DuPont)

Doug Parsons (National Park Service)

Jill Parsons (Ecological Society of America)

Melissa Paschall (Harvard University)

Sanjay Patnaik (University of Pennsylvania)

Valerie Patrick (Bayer)

Michael Pawlish (Montclair State University)

Janet Peace (Center for Climate and Energy Solutions)

Valerie Peckham (Philadelphia Zoo)

William H. Prado (Green Mountain College)

Mark Proegler (BP America, Inc.)

Dan Reicher (Stanford University)

Suggested Citation:"Appendix C: Registered Workshop Participants." National Research Council. 2014. Climate Change Education: Preparing Future and Current Business Leaders: A Workshop Summary. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/18813.
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Liesl Anna Riddle (George Washington University)

Jamesine Rogers

Katherine Rowan (George Mason University)

Bruce Schlein (Citi)

Theresa Schwerin (Institute for Global Environmental Strategies)

Camilla Seth (J.P. Morgan)

Martin Storksdieck (National Research Council)

Anant Sundaram (Dartmouth College)

Valerie Suslow (University of Michigan)

David Szymanski (Bentley University)

Galen Treuer (University of Miami)

Louie Tupas (National Institute of Food and Agriculture)

Marc Ventresca (University of Oxford)

Dan Vermeer (Duke University)

Richard Vietor (Harvard University)

Ming-Ying Wei (National Aeronautics and Space Administration)

Phil Weilerstein (National Collegiate Inventors and Innovators Alliance)

Doug Young (Broward County)

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Climate change poses challenges as well as opportunities for businesses and, broadly speaking for the entire economy. Businesses will be challenged to provide services or products with less harmful influence on the climate; respond to a changing policy, regulatory, and market environment; and provide new services and products to help address the challenges of a changing climate. Many businesses are beginning to see climate change as another context within which they need to consider their core functions of strategy, finance, operations, marketing, and their regulatory environments, a context that poses both risks and opportunities.

Climate Change Education: Preparing Current and Future Business Leaders is the summary of a workshop hosted by the National Research Council's Board on Science Education in March 2013 to explore issues associated with teaching climate change-related topics in business schools. The workshop focused on major gaps in understanding of climate and sustainability education in postsecondary professional schools of business. The workshop also connected the topic of climate education for current and future business leaders with a broader discussion on climate change education and how they influence and can benefit each other. This report discusses the role that business schools could play in preparing future corporate leaders for the challenges and opportunities that climate change poses.

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